That One Audition with Alyshia Ochse
With over 100 credits, Adam currently stars in "The Equalizer" as the gruffly endearing, eccentric and fiercely loyal computer hacker Harry Keshegian. Prior, he was hand-picked by Steven Spielberg and Ron Howard for "Saving Private Ryan" and "A Beautiful Mind". Other credits include “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days", “Déjà Vu” and “Zodiac”, "Fargo", and "Friends". While working in Hollywood has been a huge part of Adam's life, his personal passion for photography and music have garnered their own cult following, fully establishing him as a renaissance man. Adam has recorded four albums under his moniker The GoldbergSisters, a collaboration with his mythical twin sister and alter ego “Celeste.” Today, he shares how he nabbed countless offer-only roles and how auditioning just isn't his jam. GUEST LINKS: IMDB: Adam Goldberg INSTAGRAM: @theadamgoldberg THAT ONE AUDITION'S LINKS: For exclusive content surrounding this and all podcast episodes, sign up for our amazing newsletter at AlyshiaOchse.com. And don't forget to snap and post a photo while listening to the show and tag me: @alyshiaochse & @thatoneaudition TNTT ACTING MEMBERSHIP: The New Triple Threat Membership CONSULTING: Get 1-on-1 advice for your acting career from Alyshia Ochse COACHING: Get personalized coaching from Alyshia on your next audition or role INSTAGRAM: @alyshiaochse INSTAGRAM: @thatoneaudition WEBSITE: AlyshiaOchse.com ITUNES: Subscribe to That One Audition on iTunes SPOTIFY: Subscribe to That One Audition on Spotify STITCHER: Subscribe to That One Audition on Stitcher EPISODE CREDITS: WRITER: Erin McCluskey WEBSITE & GRAPHICS: Chase Jennings ASSISTANT: Elle Powell SOCIAL OUTREACH: Alara Ceri
On this episode I speak with Costume Designer Queensylvia Akuchie. With her parents coming from Nigeria, she is a first generation American and grew up in Washington D.C. She started her costume designer path while attending school in Atlanta. Interning and working her way up in the costume department on many Tyler Perry projects like “Madea goes to Jail”, “Madea's Witness Protection” and other features like “Gone Girl” “American Made”, “The Equalizer 2”, “Coming 2 America” and more. She is currently the Costume Designer on the second season of Peacock's “Bel-Air”. Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at email@example.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com Decorating Pages is a podcast dedicated to taking you behind the scenes of the designs of your favorite TV shows and Films. Each episode I'll be sharing design stories from some of Hollywoods' most famous sets. I'll have interviews from Set Decorators, Production Designers, Producers, Directors and Actors about creating the look of tv and film, about their design inspirations, and stories that take sets from page to screen.
The Equalizer Season 3 Episode 17: The Mystery of Manon: Part 2 Aired on CBS: February 24, 1988 Directed by: Bradford May Written by : Coleman Luck Featuring: Anne Heywood, Lawrence Dane, Melissa Sue Anderson, William Zabka Part two of the final of four Equalizer two-parters. Everyone knows EQ is Yvette's real father, there's a lot of emotional regrouping after that. Then the bad dude that threw Manon back in everyone's life starts kidnapping people and EQ sets himself up to take down that guy from the inside, which he does in an especially epic fashion. Like its "mysterious" title, the episode ends on a note of ambiguity. We break that down as well as the roles of Scott and Control, and the pressing matter of responding via podcast to six year old tumblr posts. @equalizerspod equalizerspodcast at gmail dot com
My reaction to the Self Tape Controversy. There's a lot going on right now in the world of Self Tapes. Lots of deadline articles and outrage. I discuss it on this special, last minute bonus episode and bring in some friends to touch on self tapes, including an upcoming guest, Maribeth Fox of Laura Rosenthal casting. Question: What do each of the following Casting Directors have in common? Besides being a guest on Mentors on the Mic. Answer: They all loved giving tips to Actors regarding Self Tapes. Self Tapes are the new normal. For non-Actors out there, these are how actors submit auditions now that we're not going in person. For this mini bonus episode, we are going over these Casting Directors's top Self Tape tips. Featuring Casting Directors: Maribeth Fox - Upcoming episode (A Quiet Place, The Kids are Alright, Late Night, Halston) Kim Graham - Season 1 Episode 12 (Homeland) Jenny Ravitz - Season 2 Episode 6 (Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, Chicago PD) Julie Schubert - Season 2 Episode 2 (House of Cards, Jessica Jones, For Life, Manifest) Julie Tucker - Season 3 Episode 5 (Nurse Jackie, White Collar, The Equalizer, The Affair) Allison Kirschner - Season 3 Episode 18 (The King of Staten Island, Bros, The Detour) Host: Instagram: @MentorsontheMic @MichelleSimoneMiller Twitter: @MentorsontheMic @MichelleSimoneM Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mentorsonthemic Website: www.michellesimonemiller.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/24mmichelle If you liked this episode, please check out any of the above Casting Director episodes.
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The Equalizer Season 3 Episode 16: The Mystery of Manon: Part 1 Aired on CBS: February 17, 1988 Directed by: Bradford May Written by : Coleman Luck Featuring: Melissa Sue Anderson, Anthony Zerbe, William Zabka Theoretically the Equalizer audiences in the late 1980s were demanding a) more Mary Ingalls b) of all the areas in EQ's mysterious past we could explore, let's explore more of his past romance with Manon; explore as much of that sliver of his backstory as possible, then we can move on to the rest of his sordid, intriguing past that's been hinted at so much. Or maybe the creators just thought the audiences were demanding that, but either way that's what we got. It's a bit of a reunion: Yvette's back, still unaware EQ is her biological father; Marcel's back, Scott too, even Jimmy and schlubby Sterno. There are some dark themes, dreams, despair, and setting up a lot of pins for Mystery of Manon Part 2 to knock down. @equalizerspod equalizerspodcast at gmail dot com
The Equalizer Season 3 Episode 15: Something Green Aired on CBS: February 10, 1988 Directed by: Luis Soto Written by : Kevin Droney Featuring: Macaulay Culkin! Almost three years before Home Alone, a seven year old Macaulay Culkin appeared in The Equalizer, his second credit. That in itself is worth the price of admission to watch this episode for free on nbc.com. You can tell he was bound for greatness. We just wish the creators of The Equalizer realized how proficient he would be at tricking his kidnappers and setting clever booby traps. Missed opportunity. This episode is also notable for stretching the possibilities of what's allowed under diplomatic immunity; the triumphant return of Mickey Kostmayer; and the final appearance of Richard Jordan as Harley Gage, initially brought in to pick up the slack after Edward Woodward's heart attack. We try to honor his departure... since the show itself did not. @equalizerspod equalizerspodcast at gmail dot com
Get ready to laugh out loud with the funniest podcast on the planet - What You Thought! In this episode, the gang gets into some hilarious and thought-provoking discussions on a variety of topics. First up, they dive into Jonathan Majors' Ebony Magazine cover (8:00), and discuss his rising stardom in Hollywood. They also chat about the Marvel film, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (15:00), and share their thoughts on what to expect from the latest installment in the superhero franchise. Is What You Thought too wild for sponsors (50:00). They also debate Boosie vs T.I (01:24:00), and discuss whether Joe Budden is looking out for Queenzflip (01;50:00). In addition to these hot topics, the guys also weigh in on some fun pop culture debates, such as which actor has the most on-screen kills, and who would win in a battle between John Wick and Equalizer (25:00) . Plus, Scarface and Willie D are at odds over the Geto Boys tribute at the Grammys, and the guys share their thoughts on the feud (33:00). So tune in now to hear the hilarious and thought-provoking discussions on What You Thought #117 | The Cheekless Christ Episode. ✅ Support Our Channel On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/whatyouthought Please visit our online store: https://whatyouthoughtpodcast.myshopi... Leave Us A Voicemail : (646) 580-0575 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/what-you-thought-podcast/support
You think love is hard work, you are so used to it being unequal, unfair and down right frustrating at times. In fact, you might be tired of feeling like you're stuck in a never-ending cycle of drama and pain in your relationships. Do you feel like you're always searching for love, but end up attached instead? If so, you need to tune into this podcast episode about Attachment Drama and The Great Equalizer! In this episode, you'll learn about the crucial differences between love and attachment, and how attachment can be incredibly unfair and draining for the attached person. You'll gain a deeper understanding of the world of pain that attachment can bring, and how to recognize the signs of attachment in your own life. But it's not all doom and gloom! You'll also discover the power of choosing love over attachment, and how to take baby steps to get there. You'll learn about the importance of awareness and taking action, and how to start living a life of love and fulfillment. With engaging anecdotes and practical tips, this podcast episode is the perfect guide for anyone who wants to break free from attachment and start living a life of love. So don't miss out – tune in now to discover the great equalizer and how to choose love every time!
The Hazard Girls podcast welcomes high school edtech librarian Kristina Holzweiss to the show. Kristen and Host Emily Soloby discuss the importance of libraries and librarians for professional development, fostering a love of reading, creating a safe and welcoming space for students, and integrating STEM with literacy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Fourth Avenue Church of Christ
Kyle Dingus – The Equalizer Listen to the podcast of The Equalizer from Kyle Dingus. Fourth Avenue Church in Franklin strives to Love God, Serve Others, and Share Jesus. Below is an excerpt from the podcast: “This morning we are going to be continuing our series on The Upside Down Kingdom looking at ... Read more The post 2.19.23 Kyle Dingus – The Equalizer appeared first on Fourth Avenue COC.
The Becoming You Show with Leah Roling: Inspire, Impact, & Influence Your Life
Join me today as I share with you the equalizer of humanity. The one thing that we all have in common. The one thing that we all have the same amount of. The one thing that no one can get anymore of than anyone else. No matter your gender. No matter how you were raised, where you were raised. No matter how much money you have in your bank account. This can t be bought. This can t be compounded. How we treat it, respect it, honor it and take care of it is the most significant way to 10X your life and have measurable change. I am going to share with you how. My hope is that we are creating a community by way of this podcast. I wish I could get this work into the hands of every woman I know. Maybe you could help me. Who do you want to do this life with? Maybe you click the 3 dots, copy the link and send this to them.
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The Equalizer Season 3 Episode 12: A Dance on the Dark Side Aired on CBS: January 13, 1988 Directed by: Jonathan Perry Written by : David Lightstone Featuring: Amanda Plummer, David Andrews, George DiCenzo, Brooke Smith ("she puts the lotion in the basket") The first episode of 1988 and... it's not off to a good start. There's an undercover cop who gets in too deep and Amanda Plummer, the police station switchboard operator, hears too much. Sounds compelling, and under different circumstances this could have a been a 42-minute version of The Departed or A Scanner Darkly. Instead we have this amalgam of missed opportunities. Not that we're at a loss for words; we go through what could have made this better, how this compares to other Equalizer duds (few and far between), dive deep into band members gone solo, and look hopefully towards a brighter future for 1988 Equalizer. @equalizerspod equalizerspodcast at gmail dot com
Huston-Tillotson University was established in 1875. A historically Black University, it is Austin's oldest institution of higher learning.For this best of episode, Indeed CEO Chris Hyams speaks to Dr. Colette Pierce Burnette, the first female president of the combined institutions of Huston and Tillotson Colleges.A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Dr. Burnette is a strong proponent of Historically Black Colleges and Universities, as well as civic and community engagement. Dr. Burnette is laser-focused on finding resources to support a student-centered university and she is a committed servant leader across the Austin community. Dr. Burnette is co-chair of the Mayor of Austin's Task Force on Institutional Racism and Systemic Inequities, Board Chair of Leadership Austin, and Treasurer of the Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas. She also received a 2019 ULI Austin Vision Award.Dr. Burnette shares her career journey, and we learn how a career in tech led her to academia. We also hear about the significance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day to Huston-Tillotson University.
The Equalizer Season 3 Episode 11: Christmas Presence Aired on CBS: December 16, 1987 Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy Written by : Coleman Luck Featuring: Jacqueline Brookes, Corey Carrier, Don McManus, Dean Norris (!) Possibly the most very special episode in the entire run of the show, the Equalizer (aka Mr. Manhattan) and Harley Gage have to protect a boy who has AIDS from some very concerned dads in the neighborhood. Because this is The Equalizer, instead of civilized community discourses these dads opt for smoke bombs, animal masks, and kniving furniture. Kudos to the show, there weren't many TV shows addressing this topic in the 80s; and despite the cartoonish bad guys, the show's viewpoint holds up pretty well, especially compared to other shows. Also it's a bona fide Christmas episode and the first appearance of Pete's, McCall's favorite restaurant. The specialness lives on through the years to make this a very special podcast episode. @equalizerspod equalizerspodcast at gmail dot com
Clothes can make or break a scene without a character saying a word. In this episode, host Sandra Abrams chats with Screenwriter and Costume Designer, Alexandra Olivia Engelson. She shares her approach to putting together a wardrobe for independent films with small budgets, and what it means to be a wardrobe coordinate on big budget television shows such as Quantico and The Equalizer. To learn more about Alexandra and her work, visit https://www.aoengelson.com/(Episode originally released on 10/23/22)
The Equalizer Season 3 Episode 10: The Rehearsal Aired on CBS: December 2, 1987 Directed by: Alan Metzger Written by : Robert Eisele Featuring: Chris Cooper! Jennifer Van Dyck, George Morfogen, Ned Eisenberg, Sharon Chatten The Equalizer show takes the Broadway musical Phantom of the Opera (which debuted the year before) and makes it its own. No, none of the singing, nor any emotional complexity nor any sentiment of who's the real monster nor any nuance in general. But it does have a deformed guy terrorizing a Broadway theater. And instead of a chandelier crashing there's Molotov cocktails. And the original didn't have any mention of freebasing cocaine explosions, so this episode rights that wrong. It's a bona fide bottle episode and wild wild ride. Come for the recap, stay for our deep dives into Phantom, its themes and legacy, and how well it fits into The Equalizer mold. That's all I ask of you. @equalizerspod equalizerspodcast at gmail dot com
On this weeks episode of Editors on Editing, Glenn is joined by James Cameron, Stephen Rivkin and John Rufoua. James' credits as director, writer, producer and editor are legendary and include Titanic for which he was nominated for the BAFTA and won the Eddie and the Oscar. Along with Stephen and John for their work on the original Avatar movie, James won the Eddie, the BAFTA and the Oscar. Stephen's credits include My Cousin Vinny, The Hurricane, Ali, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl for which he won the Eddie and, the two Pirate sequels, Dead Man's Chest and At World's End. John's credits include Reno 911, CSI Miami, Olympus has Fallen, The Equalizer, South Paw, The Magnificent Seven and Transformers: The Last Knight. Now they have collaborated to bring us one of the most mind-blowing epics of the year: Avatar: The Way of Water. Thanks again to ACE for partnering with us on this podcast, check out their website for more. Want to see more interviews from Glenn? Check out "Editors on Editing" here. The Art of the Frame podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes and, please leave a review so more people can find our show! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artofthecut/support
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Pastor Joe Fant continues his series in Ecclesiastes with his sermon titled "The Great Equalizer"
Game Designer and Broadway Producer Cliff “CliffyB” Bleszinski joins a very sensual episode to cover what makes good third person shooters, Avatar 2, and disrespecting Hitman. Hosted by Alex Jaffe, with Frank Cifaldi, Tim Rogers, Brandon Sheffield, and Cliff Bleszinski. Edited by Esper Quinn, original music by Kurt Feldman. Questions this week: From Brandon Sheffield: What makes a good third person shooter? (06:18) Who has more power, a game director, or a game producer? (14:44) Design a video game around the Aroma Shooter. (23:27) Design a sequel to Frank Cifaldi's Super Sherlock Holmes. (31:25) Improv Zone: Guess the COG Squadron (37:04) Seth asks: What is the best sound related to video games that is not from a video game? (43:26) If you could design a level for an existing video game series, which would it be and what would you do? (49:58) What was Fortnite supposed to be? (55:03) LIGHTNING ROUND: Name Design – Gears of War Achievements (01:00:53) Recommendations and Outro (01:07:14) Discuss this episode in the Insert Credit Forums A SMALL SELECTION OF THINGS REFERENCED: Time.is The Menu (2022) Jazz Jackrabbit series NFL 2K Assault Street Fighter series Unreal Tournament series Gears of War series Hadestown Robotron: 2084 Tokyo Wars Phoenix Mindjack Resident Evil 4 Lunar: The Silver Star Control Alan Wake High on Life Ori and the Blind Forest Donkey Kong Country Shigeru Miyamoto Hideo Kojima Rod Fergusson BioShock Infinite 3D Realms Jaws (1975) Duke Nukem 3D DOOM John Carmack John Romero Masters of Doom Quake Contra Aroma Shooter® Elden Ring The Last of Us series Journey Flower Super Mario Odyssey Hidetaka Suehiro Ep. 218 - Donkey Milk, with Kris Graft VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action Guitar Hero series Rock Band series Sixaxis Kinect Peter Molyneux Ratatouille (2007) Dactyl Nightmare Avatar: The Way of Water (2022) Being John Malkovich (1999) Public Domain Day 2023 Sherlock Holmes Final Fantasy series Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century Fictional character: Sherlock Holmes Batman: The Video Game PlatinumGames Knives Out (2019) Batman: Arkham Asylum Lost Viking series Heavy Rain Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Knuckles the Echidna Leisure Suit Larry Kratos (God of War) Alex Kidd series Leisure Suit Larry series Dragon's Lair Dreamcast Startup (60fps) Degaussing NES Zapper Time Crisis series The House of the Dead series Casio Loopy Nintendo DS Yes, Nintendo Switch cartridges taste terrible Celeste Hitman series Assassin's Creed: Unity Thief series Mission: Impossible Superman Returns Ridge Racer series Forza Horizon series Mario Kart series Sōkoban series Fortnite series Plants vs. Zombies series PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds LawBreakers Overwatch series League of Legends Recommendations: Cliff: Neon White, Vampire Survivors, NORCO Tim: Interview with the Vampire, follow MiSTerAddons on twitter, get a 4K 48-inch OLED computer monitor Brandon: Hit “publish” on your patches submitted to Nintendo, The Equalizer, please leave a review for Hyper Gunsport on Steam if you've purchased it Frank: Squeeze an airhorn at Frank Cifaldi every time he mentions the MiSTer if you know him in real life Support on Patreon Subscribe: RSS, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and more!
Anthology - The Twilight Zone, Black Mirror, and Classic Sci-Fi Podcast
Happy New Year! This week, I kick off 2023 with a review of episode 34 from The Twilight Zone's third season: Young Man's Fancy. I also share my thoughts on episode 1 of Science Fiction Theatre's second season, Signals from the Heart in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer. Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Timestamps Intro – 00:25 From the World of Fiction and Science - 02:46 Young Man's Fancy - 20:31 Signals from the Heart (Science Fiction Theatre) - 1:25:45 Outro – 1:35:41 Related Links Science Fiction Theatre: Signals from the Heart Black Mirror Episodes Ranked - Letterboxd My Top 25 Favorite Sci-Fi Movies - Letterboxd My Work From Home TZ Marathon Twitter Thread My Twilight Zone Marathon Tweets Official Anthology Merch - Buy an Anthology shirt and support the show! My Letterboxd Profile Obsessive Viewer - Our weekly movie and TV discussion and review podcast Obsessive Viewer Presents: Tower Junkies - Our spinoff podcast dedicated to Stephen King's magnum opus, The Dark Tower and related topics. Where to Find Anthology Facebook: AnthologyPod - Like Anthology on Facebook Twitter: @OVAnthologyPod - Tweet me your thoughts on the show Anthology's Full Episode Archive Anthology's Main Feed Archive Anthology's Bonus Episode Archive Anthology's RSS Feed Mic Info RØDE Podmic RØDEcaster Pro II (Firmware: 1.0.9 BETA) Processing: High Pass Filter, DeEsser, Compressor, Equalizer, Big Bottom, and Master Compellor enabled Recorded in the Living Room Episode Homepage: http://www.anthologypod.com/098
Hope you enjoyed this episode, and tolerated the 70% of it that was spent doing Benoit Blanc impressions. Timecodes: Mini-reviews: Brokeback Mountain: 2:58 Troll: 5:34 Pusher: 9:28 Collateral: 11:33 Guardians 2, Kingsman 2, Mathilda: 12:41 Equalizer, The Little Things: 14:42 Reviews: Violent Night: 18:14 Avatar 2: The Way of Water: 26:22 Glass Onion (Knives Out 2): 37:38 Tom Cnews: 53:35 Announcements and such: 54:49 My YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/bhlhudson My Twitter: https://twitter.com/bhl_hudson My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bhl_hudson/ Freddy's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuWLehV7mmvNZA1IfeJTQZA Freddy's Twitter: https://twitter.com/FDK_DoltSniper Freddy's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fdalgaard/ Subscribe to us on YouTube for the pod and other exclusive content! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT1sLgsFaPKFLwi_C2KhHvA You can also listen to the podcast on: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3ou5ZfA005kgY4kHtjYAai Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-poorly-planned-podcast/id1533846580 The BHL Hudson Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/BhlHudson/ The FDK Gaming Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/FDKGaming/ The fan pages (run by Pierce and Cian): https://www.instagram.com/poorly_planned_podcast/ https://www.instagram.com/poorly_planned_podcast_memes/ Poorly Planned Podcast TikTok (run by Cian): www.tiktok.com/@poorlyplannedpodcast BHL Hudson TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@bhlhudson
The Equalizer Season 3 Episode 7: Mission: McCall: Part 2 Aired on CBS: November 4, 1987 Directed by: Alan Metzger Story by : Ed Waters & Coleman Luck Teleplay by : Ed Waters & Scott Shepherd & Robert Eisele Featuring: Robert Mitchum, Richard Jordan, William Zabka, Boris Lee Krutonog The second in the two parter that answers the question: What will become of Robert McCall in the world of the Equalizer now that in real life Edward Woodward has suffered a heart attack? Compared to last episode, the prognosis is not so good. He's locked up in a super secret (but highly accessible) KGB fortress building (conveniently not to far from NYC), unconscious and recovering from a gunshot. Very special guest Robert Mitchum and new character Harley Gage get into crazy shenigans breaking in, talking with Russian accents, shocking themselves for some reason, seducing double agents, blowing things up, brandishing Uzis, and finally escaping with EQ on a helicopter. Once again, your humble Equalizer podcasters are the only ones out there breaking it down and considering all the ramifications in the larger Equalizer universe. @equalizerspod equalizerspodcast at gmail dot com
Me and Shahid are back with episode #157 of Hood Classics... 2018 The Equalizer 2!!!! Twitter @jeffvstheworld - Jeff @philly_drugs - Shahid Music by Music Unlimited from Pixabay --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jeffvstheworld/support
Tonight, on Garbage Time Fantasy Football we breakdown the best options to help your Fantasy Playoff rosters on the waiver wire! Is Brock Purdy a stable Quarterback option for your team with a minimal floor? Can we get any excitement for Colts players such as Zach Moss? Is Marquise Goodwin worth a look with Tyler Lockett out the rest of the year? All of this and more on Garbage Time Fantasy Football! #fantasyplayoffs #tylerlockett #brockpurdy #zachmoss #nflwaiverwireweek16 #wavierwire #fanasywaiverwirepickup Heckling Fandom! Make sure to enter our Fan Giveaway Contest, for an Autographed Miles Sanders GridIron Kings Card By 1. Liking an Episode, 2. Subscribing to the Channel, 3. Leaving a Review on Apple Podcasts, 4. Leaving the Comment, "I am the Heckling Fandom" to let us know all tasks have been completed, and to enter you into the drawing! The drawing will occur at the end of the Fantasy Football Season! Good Luck and Join the Heckling Fandom! #milessanders #philadelphiaeagles #raffle #contest #footballcards #autographs #autographedcards #sportscards You can also listen to the show anywhere you get your podcasts (Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Iheartradio, Tunein, etc).Watch us here on Youtube, Live on Twitter, and Live on Twitch.Also, on our website at www.garbagetimeff.com (where you can leave voicemails), Also feel free to leave us messages, questions, and hatemail at: Instagram: garbagetimefantasyfootball Twitter: @Garbage_TimeFF #fantasyfootball #football #hecklingfandom #sabotagemockdraft #fantasyfootballdraft #podcast #garbagetimefantasyfootball #mockdraft #nfl #dynastyfootball #nflfans #superflex
The Equalizer Season 3 Episode 6: Mission: McCall: Part 1 Aired on CBS: October 28, 1987 Directed by: Alan Metzger Written by : Ed Waters & Scott Shepherd Featuring: Robert Mitchum, Richard Jordan, Frances Fisher, William Zabka, Frankie Faison We knew it was coming. During the filming of season three, Edward Woodward suffered a heart attack and the show The Equalizer carried on. What we didn't know is just how they would handle it. First, they had to throw together a story fast -a KGB kidnapping with some agency scheming, check. Second, introducing a new character in the EQ universe who may carry the EQ torch in case Woodward can't continue with the show, check. Finally, some big star power (for the CBS demographic) who may not necessarily have a detectable resting heart rate. A lot of craziness, a lot of world building, quite the setup to this unexpected but necessary two parter, and our introduction to this new phase of the show. We just wish we could have sent Edward Woodward some flowers in 1987, just as his character has done more than once, awkwardly, to women in distress in the show. @equalizerspod equalizerspodcast at gmail dot com
In this episode of Freedom with NFT's, AJ Brockman shares with us about: Why Web 3 is the great equalizer How EMP.Money is changing the defi game Why a strong community is so important and how to build a strong community Why DYOR is so important About AJ Brockman: EMP.MONEY is a revolutionary defi protocol on the BNB chain. EMP's token value is algorithmically pegged to the price of Ethereum via seigniorage at a rate of 4000 emp:1 Ethereum. As the value of eth goes up and down, the ecosystem is able to mint new EMP in a responsible manner to maintain the emp/eth correlation. investors are able to enjoy high yields normally only found on high-risk assets, but with exposure to eth instead! EMP has implemented numerous smart contracts including nodes, detonator & reactor (ROI contracts), yield farming, and other unique economic incentive and game-theory centric dynamics to provide the ultimate passive income earning opportunity. AJ Brockman is a long-time crypto veteran and self-made crypto millionaire from early 2017. He's invested in enough successful and unsuccessful crypto projects to know what it truly takes to succeed. AJ is an incredible leader, skilled at the art of putting together exceptional teams of people with all different strengths. He just knows how to assemble the key players needed, to create the best seigniorage projects crypto has ever seen. With a real-world business background, AJ knows the value of community, good communication, and what it takes to make a project successful. he founded emp along with a goal of fulfilling his mission of making defi a greater, safer place and creating better defi users. Connect with EMP.Money: https://emp.money/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/EmpMoneyBSC Connect with your host, Lauren Turton: Twitter: https://twitter.com/LaurenTurton_ Website: https://freedomwithnfts.com
Only Three Lads - Classic Alternative Music Podcast
Challenge accepted! For our last "regular" episode of Season 3 (before our holiday party and best of 2022 shows), we discuss the artists who continue to challenge us, defy expectations, and create uncompromising art. Some of these artists have such deep catalogues that it can be daunting to take it all in, some may be too esoteric or eccentric to immediately grab you. But the 25(!) artists that we pick during this episode have one thing in common...stick with them, and their music will reward you handsomely. In other words...you'll come around, Gregg! On the other hand, there are certain artists who we find immediately appealing...even if it took 40 years, like the Atlanta band Current Rage. To celebrate the 40th anniversary reissue of their 1982 mini-album Seven Songs on Propeller Sound Recordings (now generously expanded to 15 tracks) is guitarist John Moore, drummer Paul Lenz, and singer/guitarist Oliver Bewley (son of late Current Rage singer Chris Bewley). It's a powerful rock n' roll story about family, loss, redemption and second chances that you won't want to miss. It's the Penicillin Sound! Get the Seven Songs reissue at: https://propellersoundrecordings.com/ About Current Rage: Current Rage are a four-piece, post-punk, musical group that played live in the Southeastern United States during the early eighties. They were comprised of Chris Bewley, John Moore, Pat Kirkland, and Paul Lenz. In the landscape of a fertile, burgeoning Athens/Atlanta music scene Current Rage gained notoriety and a loyal following performing with such musical icons as REM, Pylon, Swimming Pool Q's, The Fleshtones, The Bush Tetras, and The Bongos. Eventually Current Rage would headline shows on their own at such iconic venues as Athens, GA's 40Watt Club, Atlanta's 688 Club, Chapel Hills's The Cat's Cradle, Birmingham's The Nik, and Nashville's Frankensteins. Current Rage first formed in 1979 when skaters, Chris Bewley and John Moore, began writing songs together after school on a pair of second-hand guitars. The two first met as early teen-agers having been recruited separately by Mike Maloof, founder, and manager of Atlanta-based Progressive Skate shop. Bewley and Moore traveled the Southeast competing and marketing Maloof's “Equalizer” skateboard decks and “Accelerator” wheels. Eventually, Moore was recruited by the Z-East team, in Jacksonville, Florida to ride professionally for their Z-Flex brand of decks and wheels. While Bewley was recruited by Sabre Skateboards out of northern Alabama to represent their laminated skate decks at competitions and demos. In the summer of 1979 Moore entered his freshman year at Georgia Tech University and Bewley was invited by his older brother Randy to join his group Pylon as they made their way to New York for their first show opening for Gang of Four. During this trip Bewley became immersed in the New York post-punk music scene and was inspired to start a band of his own. Once back in Atlanta Bewley and Moore began writing songs and practicing. The early version of Current Rage was Bewley and Moore on guitar, Pat Kirkland on drums and Norman Hanson on lead vocals. In mid-1980 Current Rage performed their first show in Athens at the 40th Watt Club opening for The Method Actors. Next, they performed at Atlanta's newly opened 688 Club with The Swimming Pool Q's. Current Rage became the “go to” opening act that year at the 688 Club performing several times each month opening for numerous national and regional acts. By the beginning of 1981 Current Rage was headlining shows in both Athens and Atlanta and began venturing out to Charlotte, Nashville, Chattanooga, and Birmingham. Once the band had found their true drummer in Paul Lenz, who they enticed away from the Atlanta underground band, Vietnam, the original drummer Pat Kirkland shifted his focus to lead vocals and supplemental percussion while Hanson left to start his new band Feast of Friends. Current Rage released an indie label E.P. album called Seven Songs on EOD Records in late 1982. Current Rage was known for short catchy post punk tunes dripping with danceable irony as well as darkwave surf instrumentals. “Seven Songs” was produced by legendary Athens-Atlanta engineer, Bruce Baxter. Baxter had engineered the B-52's single, “Rock Lobster”, Pylon's debut album “Gyrate” followed by the debut albums of The Swimming Pool Q's and Love Tractor. Current Rage's album was the first release on Ron Bond's EOD (Entertainment on Disc) Records. “Seven Songs” was recorded in April 1982 at Channel One studios with Bruce Baxter handling engineering and sound mixing and was released in late October. It is highly regarded by record collectors seeking out early eighties DIY releases. The first pressing of “Seven Songs” yielded 400 copies that were sold primarily at Southeastern independent record stores. Garnering significant east-coast distribution from Important Records, the band rushed to press another 500 records within three months of the initial release. Current Rage gained significant regional buzz from college radio stations WRAS, WREK and WUOG among others across the southeast who played songs like ‘Waikiki' and ‘Sweet Torture'. They also released several music videos that were played regularly in Athens-Atlanta area nightclubs and screened on the weekly music video show on Channel 36 WATL in the early-years of the MTV era. Anthony DeCurtis of Rolling Stone magazine wrote, “an enviable and impressive explosion of new music was emerging from the Atlanta-Athens area at this time” in his Rolling Stone magazine feature article charting the explosion of innovative bands coming out of Atlanta-Athens in 1983. He noted Current Rage as “An up-and-coming standout.” Current Rage has shared the stage with such local legends as Pylon, REM, the Method Actors, The Roys, The Brains, The Swimming Pool Q's, Love Tractor, Vietnam, Kilkenny Kats, and the Side Effects. By 1983, they will have also performed with Col. Bruce Hampton's Late Bronze Age, and Tinsley Ellis' Heartfixers, as well as Guadalcanal Diary and Jason and the Nashville Scorchers. Current Rage's lyrics sketched out wry, lyrical observations about pop-culture fads in “Right Side of the Brain” and “Gidget goes Digital” and expressed vivid, realistic, expressions of common psychological experiences in “Sweet Torture” and “Bitte Schӧn [Beat to Shame]”. In some of their most memorable songs they championed mock-anthemic choruses that affirmed ordinary, everyday, phenomena such as living with an aging dog in “My Dog Sam” or scoring some cool shirts at thrift stores in “Bag of Shirts”. Current Rage's distinctive sound is brash, energetic, and rhythmic, showcasing two drone-based guitarists with crunchy, first-position chords strummed beneath chiming post-punk leads on top of fast frenetic drumming. The relative scarcity of “Seven Songs” today suggests the item does not circulate on the marketplace often. The combination of a small batch release plus, eye-catching three-color cover art, and short catchy songs connects you to the ‘golden age' of the Athens-Atlanta music scene. After Current Rage ceased performing each of the members followed different paths. Paul played drums in several successful bands, The Nightporters, Drivin-n-Cryin, and Michelle Malone's Drag the River. In 1983 he founded a successful musical charity, Rat Aid, which raised much needed funds for targeted relief of local area members of the Atlanta music scene. Today, Paul has a successful audio visual production business in metro Atlanta. Pat had a successful modeling and acting career in Los Angeles, later moving to Phoenix. John returned to school eventually becoming a humanities professor at a college in South Carolina where he still teaches today. Chris took up a career in graphic design gaining a position with the United States Printing Office in Washington D.C., a skill he developed designing concert flyers for local bands and clubs in Atlanta and Athens. In 2018 while living in Charlotte Chris succumbed to a heart attack at the age of 57.
Hello and welcome to Handgun Radio! I'm your host Ryan Michad from the wild woods of Central Maine, and this is your home for all the news, information and discussion in the handgunning world! This week, we talk about the new S&W Equalizer & other new firearms! Please check out the Patriot Patch Company for … Handgun Radio 369 – S&W Equalizer & More New Guns! Read More »
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We just celebrated Thanksgiving last week and what wonderful time it was, expressing our gratitude to God. But as we'll see today, thanksgiving is not just to be a once-a-year activity, but rather an ongoing lifestyle. Even when things aren't going the way we had hoped there's good reason to be thankful! Today pastor James Kaddis encourages us to be grateful to God for all that we have and all that He's doing in our lives. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1459/29
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God created us as equals and he is no respecter of persons! In other words He shows no partiality. Today on Light on the Hill pastor James Kaddis presents the biblical case for this truth, and we'll learn what it means for us as believers. We're beginning the book of Philemon today. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1459/29
Denzel Washington once again collaborates with Antoine Fuqua to bring us THE EQUALIZER. A preboot-remake-aquel of the 1980's tv series, Denzel brings his usual dry wit and charisma to this tale of the OCD suffering Robert McCall who becomes embroiled in a war with Russian gangsters after intervening on behalf of Chloe Grace Moretz's child prostitute Alina. The Mark Twain quote that starts the movie invites us to superimpose some substance on McCall's violence-soaked quest for retribution but all things being equal (sorry) this is a more than familiar former black-ops operative turned vigilante white knight power fantasy. Good job it's all stylishly executed and well plotted with an effective Martin Csokas as the ex-head of Soviet Secret Police Teddy whose sadism can't hold a candle (or hand-drill) to Robert's thirst for vengeance.We love to hear from our listeners! By which I mean we tolerate it. If it hasn't been completely destroyed yet you can usually find us on twitter @dads_film, on Facebook Bad Dads Film Review, on email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on our website baddadsfilm.com. Until next time, we remain... Bad Dads
Finally, after working on this for more hours than any other episode, it's here for your ears to enjoy. So Readers, kick off your shoes and take your hands off the wheel and listen to this work of art. Welcome back to the Do The Wrong Thing Podcast, Your Hosts are back again this week to talk about all things serious! We mourn the untimely death of Aaron Carter & Takeoff who both passed away at the time of recording. But then we plunge straight into the streets and give you our opinion on the boy, the 6 god latest album HER LOSS and we talk about the reception and aftermath of this project from 21 savage and his cohort Drake. Did we get to talk about Kyrie Irving? Of course, we did and we examined the situation and try to make sense of what was going on. Also in the show, we talk about Elon Musk and his Twitter take over included his latest major changes and then rechanges. Cam delivers the scoop about the Equalizer 3 scandal. The world gets a little darker and a little more Florida man by the day as we tackle the documentary God Forbid and now the moment we've all been waiting for we do our first ever But Make It Black Segment so stayed tuned because we got plenty for you this week! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dtwtpod/message
In This Hour: -- The new "Equalizer" pistol from Smith & Wesson checks all the boxes for concealed carry and home defense. -- Two reports on hunting success with 25-caliber rifles. -- Republicans need to stop whining. As Al Davis put it, "Just Win Baby." Tom Gresham's Gun Talk 11.13.22 Hour Three
NFL trade deadline wrap-up, The Astros are champs once again whether we like it or not, Snyder might actually sell (in this economy?!) and a guy gets wasted while in charge of a supermarket. Also: Hockey For Dummies: an NHL brush-up for the 2022 season, bottoming out for Bedard. Trick-or-treat weed gummies? Maybe. Will Xavier get a football team again? Maybe. Plus the set of The Equalizer 3 is more like a Scarface wrap party.
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In its earliest stages, most technological innovations are reserved for those with the most capital. In manufacturing, when you add the scalability of digital products to this, you end up with what our guest calls “the great equalizer.” Raj Batra is the President of digital industries for Siemens USA, where he oversees all development, engagement, marketing, sales, r&d, vertical industry, and manufacturing activity for the automation business. With over 25 years of experience, Raj is a thought leader in smart manufacturing, digitalization, and industry 4.0. In this episode, Raj talks about digitalization in manufacturing. Join us as we discuss: The most potent movements happening in digitalization right now How the scalability factor of digitalization changes the outlook for smaller and mid-sized manufacturers What is happening with additive manufacturing now, and how it can change things in the future How digitalization and automation fit into the picture for manufacturing
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Rachel and Chloe are joined by journalist Jessy Parker-Humphreys to celebrate England's inevitable rise to Champions League glory after Arsenal's crushing win over Lyon. YES WE SAID IT.Okay, maybe a touch premature. After great weeks for Arsenal and Chelsea, we turn our attention to the NWSL playoffs. We're joined by Jeff Kassouf, founder of The Equalizer and ESPN contributor, to discuss a wild post-season that climaxes this weekend as the Portland Thorns take on Kansas City Current in the final!Got a question for us? Tweet us @FootballRamble, @GirlsontheBall and @Morgie_89.Sign up for our Patreon for exclusive live events, ad-free Upfront and Ramble shows, full video episodes and loads more: patreon.com/footballramble. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Subscribe to the IWI monthly newsletter by going to www.irregularwarfare.org! This episode explores the interplay between urban spaces and irregular warfare. Our guests are John Spencer, chair of urban warfare studies at the Modern War Institute at West Point, and Sergeant Major Charles Ritter, deputy commondant of the Noncommissioned Officer Academy at the US Army's JFK Special Warfare Center and School. They begin by examining how demographic and economic shifts are increasing the importance of urban centers around the globe. They then explore the realities of urban combat and discuss the ways that densely populated areas and local politics can complicate irregular warfare activities, including the question of whether urban spaces favor the insurgent or the government. They end by discussing how the United States can address shortcomings in its force structure and training to optimize its approach to urban conflict in the twenty-first century. Intro music: "Unsilenced" by Ketsa Outro music: "Launch" by Ketsa CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
"Education... is a great equalizer of conditions of men—the balance wheel of the social machinery," stated school reformer Horace Mann in 1848. "Math is the great equalizer," preached Jaime Escalante, Edward James Olmos' character, in the 1988 film Stand and Deliver. "The best anti-poverty program around is a world-class education," announced Barack Obama during his 2010 State of the Union address. This message is everywhere, pervading political speeches, Oscar-bait films, think-tank papers, and everything in between. The key to economic upward mobility—we're endlessly told, is education—a societal building block that is, or at least should be, accessible to every child, no matter their race, gender, or income level. It's a seductive, seemingly unassailable conceit, suggesting that we live in a meritocracy where second chances and generational wealth-building are possible, even probable, with a few simple tools. But is there any truth to this idea? There's a growing body of evidence showing that education level does not, in fact, necessarily translate to higher wages. Which raises the questions: Why has the idea that education is the ultimate anti-poverty tool persisted? Whose interests are served in its continuation? And who, in turn, pays the price? On this episode, the Season Six premiere of Citations Needed, we detail and debunk the widespread conventional wisdom that education is the rising tide that lifts all boats, looking at the ways it reinforces themes of individualism and personal responsibility; obscures systemic issues like racism and worker exploitation in the labor market; and ultimately keeps people entrenched in, rather than liberating them from, poverty and low-wage work. Our guest is Lake Forest professor Cristina Viviana Groeger.